Symposium Venue

Host Hotel

The Hyatt Regency Lake Washington

At Seattle’s Southport

1053 Lake Washington Boulevard North

Renton, WA, 98056

Phone: +1 (425) 203-1234

lakewashington.regency.hyatt.com


Rooms are available at the AMTA group rate of $199 USD plus tax for single or double occupancy, available on a first come, first serve basis for reservations made by September 1, 2023. The AMTA group rate includes complimentary high-speed internet access in the guest room.

NOTE: A limited number of rooms are available at the government per diem rate. Early reservations are recommended.

Located on the shores of Lake Washington, the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle’s Southport, a recent AAA Four Diamond and Best of Housekeeping award winner, perfectly combines the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest with modern amenities.  Enjoy close proximity access to Sea-Tac International Airport, downtown Seattle and Bellevue, Mount Rainier National Park, Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park, and other scenic destinations.  Explore the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, then return to your comfortable room in Renton.  Hotel guests can enjoy walking the trails along the lake or venture over to The Landing – A family-friendly pedestrian village lined with unique and lively storefronts, over 25 restaurants and lounges, 14 screen cinema, day spas, and boutique shopping.  The hotel also boasts a lakeside restaurant with beautiful views, an indoor pool, spa, and a large fitness facility. Many of the 347 spacious guestrooms and suites feature unparalleled views of Lake Washington for the optimal relaxing environment.

In addition, the Boeing Renton facility is adjacent to the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle’s Southport.  Guests can view the recently manufactured Boeing 737 planes as they are prepped for painting from many of the hotel’s public spaces and guest rooms.  Boeing’s 737 factory at the Renton, WA, site leads the industry as the most efficient airplane factory in the world. More than 14,500 commercial airplanes (707, 727, 737, and 757) or about 30 percent of the worldwide fleet flying today were built in Renton. The P-8, a Navy submarine hunter and maritime patrol aircraft, and a military derivative of the 737-800, is also built at the Renton facility.